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Publisher Description

“An instant classic…highly recommended!” —New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Jennifer Probst

USA TODAY bestselling indie author Alice Clayton delights readers with the sexy, laugh-out-loud romance of Caroline and Simon in Wallbanger, the first book in the Cocktail series!

The first night after Caroline moves into her fantastic new San Francisco apartment, she realizes she’s gaining an—um—intimate knowledge of her new neighbor’s nocturnal adventures. Thanks to paper-thin walls and the guy’s athletic prowess, she can hear not just his bed banging against the wall but the ecstatic response of what seems (as loud night after loud night goes by) like an endless parade of women. And since Caroline is currently on a self-imposed “dating hiatus,” and her neighbor is clearly lethally attractive to women, she finds her fantasies keep her awake even longer than the noise. So when the wallbanging threatens to literally bounce her out of bed, Caroline, clad in sexual frustration and a pink baby-doll nightie, confronts Simon Parker, her heard-but-never-seen neighbor. The tension between them is as thick as the walls are thin, and the results just as mixed. Suddenly, Caroline is finding she may have discovered a whole new definition of neighborly…

In a delicious mix of silly and steamy, Alice Clayton dishes out a hot and hilarious tale of exasperation at first sight.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2013
February 14
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
320
Pages
PUBLISHER
Gallery Books
SELLER
Simon & Schuster Canada
SIZE
9.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Simplysweetbaby ,

Only one mistake I noticed

I loved this book. It was hilarious! I just wanted to make a note that in the end they said Mimi was moving in with Neil. I believe she was dating Ryan and Sophia was with Neil... Just saying... :)

Kjarlune r ,

Wow

Seriously great author. I laughed so hard I woke my husband. Awesome awesome awesome

Critic#007 ,

Wallbanger

The ONE star is for the paper & ink! Evidently one of the worst books I have ever read. Receiving so many four-star ratings makes me shudder and fear the future of American literature (if one can truthfully call it that). BAD, BAD, BAD! God help us if this is what critics find great and promising.

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